Corinne Bailey Rae
Me and Mrs Jones by Billy Paul and There's More to Life Than This by Bjork.
Good Times Bad Times by Led Zeppelin & Rocket Man by Elton John
Russell Kane chooses Can't Get Enough of Your Love by Barry White & The Waves by Einaudi.
John Cooper Clarke
Anoushka Shankar chooses Tana Mana and Shanti Mantra - both by her father Ravi Shankar.
DJ and filmmaker Don Letts reveals his Inheritance Tracks.
The Parting Glass, The Voice Squad; The Scatterlings of Africa, by Johnny Clegg & Juluka.
'American Pie' by Don Mclean and 'Fix You' by Coldplay
Sing Sing Sing (With a Swing) by Benny Goodman & the title track of Guys and Dolls.
Goodnight Irene by Leadbelly & The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack
Martine McCutcheon choses 'Vultures' by John Mayer & 'Silver Springs' by Fleetwood Mac
Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo and You are So Beautiful, sung by Joe Cocker.
John Gordon Sinclair
Robert chooses Beethoven's Opus 131 and Still Crazy After All These Years by Paul Simon.
Jo Wood chooses Patter Patte by Miriam Makeba, and Stray Cat Blues by The Rolling Stones.
Actor Phil Daniels chooses Nature's Way by Spirit and I'm One by the Who.
Poet and novelist Ben Okri shares his Inheritance Tracks.
Judy Murray chooses The Jeely Piece Song by The Singing Kettle and Girl by Sharon Martin.
Chris Difford chooses Happy Jack by The Who and You've Got A Friend by Carole King.
The artist on his music choices and why his mother never thought he had a proper job.
Celebrating the music that special guests cherish and would like to bestow to the future
Designer Orla Kiely chooses her Inheritance Tracks.
Author, broadcaster and former MP Gyles Brandreth chooses his Inheritance Tracks.
Inheritance Track: Kim Wilde
The singer chooses her Inheritance Tracks
The singer Kiki Dee shares her Inheritance Tracks.
The presenter choses his Inheritance Tracks.
The comedian chooses Que Sera, Sera by Doris Day and All I Want by Joni Mitchell.
The East End actor shares a song he inherited and one he would like to pass on.
Radio 2's Ken Bruce picks his Inheritance Tracks.
The presenter picks Golden Brown by The Stranglers and Life on Mars by David Bowie.
The fashion designer chooses Boléro by Ravel and The Pearl Fishers’ Duet by Bizet.
Dancer and choreographer Akram Khan shares his Inheritance tracks.
The singer chooses My Babe by Little Walter and Come Sunday by Mahalia Jackson.
The American Jazz singer and saxophonist chooses his Inheritance Tracks
I Recall a Gypsy Woman, Don Williams; Who Knows Where the Time Goes?, Fairport Convention
Suzanne by Leonard Cohen and Love is a Losing Game by Amy Winehouse.
Dame Jenni Murray
The Blue Danube by Strauss, and Diamonds and Rust by Joan Baez.
Richard chooses Mama Used to Say, Junior; & Don't You Worry 'bout A Thing, Stevie Wonder
Wuthering Heights by Kate Bush and Proud Mary performed by Ike and Tina Turner
Sir Tim Rice
Sir Tim Rice chooses his Inheritance Tracks.
Here Comes the Sun, The Beatles; Always Look on the Brightside of Life, Monty Python.
I’m Always on a Mountain When I Fall, performed by Merle Haggard and Fix You by Coldplay.
Elvis Presley, Jailhouse Rock and Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Who Loves You
Simon chooses: I Whistle a Happy Tune from The King and I & Lullabye, sung by Billy Joel.
He chooses Woodman, Spare That Tree by Phil Harris and Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf.
This week's #NoFilter guest is Canadian singer-songwriter Raghav.
Brilliant songs from the 1960s through to today, plus Martyn Joseph live in session.
Great records by Captain Beefheart, Albert Hammond, Slade, Sister Ghost and more.
Jamie Cullum showcases his love of jazz, featuring live sessions and special guests
Framed by Brahms
Pianist Pavel Kolesnikov frames Beethoven, Couperin and Tchaikovsky with Brahms.